What is the Capital Improvement Plan?
The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is Tigard's 6-year plan for matching the cost of large-scale improvements—like
fixing roads, water and sewer systems—to anticipated revenues, like taxes and bonds.
What Makes a Project CIP-eligible?
The city defines a CIP project as:
The timeline for development of the CIP is as follows:
- Any public facility project that improves or adds value to Tigard's infrastructure
- Costs $50,000 or more
- Has a useful life or extends the useful life of a facility for five years or more
- Mid January, 2015—CIP is submitted to the City Manager as part of the proposed
- First council meeting in June, 2015—City Council adoption of Capital
Improvement Program Plan.
Not all capital projects are funded due to limited budgets. Instead, the city allocates
money to projects that are considered high priority or have available grant funding.
Typically, the further out projects are scheduled beyond the current year, the less likely
that immediate funding will be available for construction.
The current CIP includes the following projects:
- 72nd Avenue/Dartmouth Street Intersection Improvement
- Main Street Green Street Retrofit
- Replacement of exterior walls at the Permit Center/City Hall/Police Buildings
- Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership
For more information on the CIP document, contact
Carissa Collins, Sr. Management Analyst at 503-718-2643 or
5-Year Capital Improvement Plan: FYs 2015-19|
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